Lottery

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Product Details

Price
$15.00
Publisher
Berkley Books
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.2 X 1.2 inches | 0.01 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780425222201

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About the Author

Patricia Wood is a Ph.D. student at the University of Hawaii, focusing on education, disability, and diversity. Lottery is inspired by her work, as well as a number of events in her life, including her father's winning the Washington State Lottery. She lives with her husband aboard a sailboat moored in Ko'Olina, Hawaii. This is her first novel.

Reviews

"Patricia Wood's debut novel tickles your funny bone, tugs your heartstrings, and redefines the word 'fortunate' all at once." -"Redbook" "[An] irresistible debut novel about what makes people good or bad, smart or stupid." -"Good Housekeeping"
aA wonderful first novela]profoundly lovable.a
a"Washington Post"
aA memorable character whose voice and world linger in oneas imagination.a
a"Miami Herald"
a"Lottery" is a winner.a
aKate Jacobs
aA winning narrator.a
a"Seattle Times"
Itas amemorable.a
a"Miami Herald"
Itas awonderful.a
a"Washington Post"
Itas airresistible.a
a"Good Housekeeping"
aUplifting.a
aKate Jacobs
aMuch more than a novel about a windfall affecting a simple soulaitas a book about a stupendous event affecting a great number of people, especially the reader.a
aPaul Theroux
A wonderful first novel profoundly lovable.
"Washington Post"
A memorable character whose voice and world linger in one s imagination.
"Miami Herald"
"Lottery" is a winner.
Kate Jacobs
A winning narrator.
"Seattle Times"
It s memorable.
"Miami Herald"
It s wonderful.
"Washington Post"
It s irresistible.
"Good Housekeeping"
Uplifting.
Kate Jacobs
Much more than a novel about a windfall affecting a simple soul it s a book about a stupendous event affecting a great number of people, especially the reader.
Paul Theroux
?A wonderful first novel?profoundly lovable.?
?"Washington Post"

?A memorable character whose voice and world linger in one's imagination.?
?"Miami Herald"

?"Lottery" is a winner.?
?Kate Jacobs

?A winning narrator.?
?"Seattle Times"

It's ?memorable.?
?"Miami Herald"

It's ?wonderful.?
?"Washington Post"

It's ?irresistible.?
?"Good Housekeeping"

?Uplifting.?
?Kate Jacobs

?Much more than a novel about a windfall affecting a simple soul?it's a book about a stupendous event affecting a great number of people, especially the reader.?
?Paul Theroux